I spoke with guide Eric Stroup earlier in the week, and he confirmed that the
river is indeed fairly low for this time of year. Of course, on water of this
size, that means it is much easier to fish than normal. There have been sporadic
Sulphur hatches, but look for tan caddis to provide more surface sport. Since
caddsiflies can live up to a few weeks after hatching, they are likely
candidates for prospecting the water. Nymphing will generally produce better
and more fish.